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January 23, 1989 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
David Sun was 5 years old when his mother decided to move her two sons and two daughters to Sichuan province in China from Shanghai while they waited for government approval to join their father in Hong Kong. David had to help farm the family's small plot of land eight miles away from their home. "I had a little plow and walked with my uncles and mother. It took a long time," he recalled. He was also in charge of the family's ducks. "I took the ducks out in a basket to the pond.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1989 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
David Sun was 5 years old when his mother decided to move her two sons and two daughters to Sichuan province in China from Shanghai while they waited for government approval to join their father in Hong Kong. David had to help farm the family's small plot of land eight miles away from their home. "I had a little plow and walked with my uncles and mother. It took a long time," he recalled. He was also in charge of the family's ducks. "I took the ducks out in a basket to the pond.
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April 23, 1993 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sun Computers Inc., a Carson-based computer retail chain and one of the county's largest minority-owned enterprises, has defaulted on a loan and suspended operations, company officials and a major creditor said Thursday. Sun's troubles are the latest sign of distress in computer retailing, which has been rocked by slow sales and pinched by falling machinery prices. Sun, founded in 1980, has been one of the Southland's larger Apple computer dealers.
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